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Regular Season, Updated: 6/2/2021


Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
DEFENSIVE BACKS
Chg Rk Player Tm Bye
  1 Budda Baker ARI 12
  2 Jamal Adams SEA 9
  3 Derwin James LAC 7
  4 Jessie Bates III CIN 10
Tier 2
  5 Jordan Poyer BUF 7
  6 Logan Ryan NYG 10
  7 Harrison Smith MIN 7
  8 Landon Collins WAS 9
  9 Richie Grant ATL 6
  10 Kevin Byard TEN 13
  11 Jeremy Chinn CAR 13
  12 Vonn Bell CIN 10
  13 Justin Simmons DEN 11
  14 Malcolm Jenkins NO 6
Tier 3
  15 Trevon Diggs DAL 7
  16 Kareem Jackson DEN 11
  17 Khari Willis IND 14
  18 John Johnson CLE 13
  19 Trevon Moehrig LV 8
  20 Keanu Neal DAL 7
  21 Antoine Winfield Jr. TB 9
  22 Marlon Humphrey BAL 8
  23 Kenny Moore IND 14
  24 Minkah Fitzpatrick PIT 7
  25 Darnell Savage GB 13
  26 L'Jarius Sneed KC 12
  27 Daniel Sorensen KC 12
  28 Jabrill Peppers NYG 10
  29 Adrian Amos GB 13
  30 Malcolm Butler ARI 12
  31 Eddie Jackson CHI 10
  32 Kyle Fuller DEN 11
  33 Kevin King GB 13
  34 Marcus Peters BAL 8
  35 Jevon Holland MIA 14
  36 Justin Reid HOU 10
  37 Chuck Clark BAL 8
  38 Damontae Kazee DAL 7
Tier 4
  39 A.J. Terrell ATL 6
  40 Tre'Davious White BUF 7
  41 Robert Alford ARI 12
  42 Tyrann Mathieu KC 12
  43 Janoris Jenkins TEN 13
  44 Rodney McLeod PHI 14
  45 Carlton Davis TB 9
  46 Taylor Rapp LAR 11
  47 Xavien Howard MIA 14
  48 Kamren Curl WAS 9
  49 Jaire Alexander GB 13
  50 Adrian Phillips NE 14
  51 Tracy Walker DET 9
  52 CJ Henderson JAC 7
  53 James Bradberry NYG 10
  54 Eric Rowe MIA 14
  55 Rayshawn Jenkins JAC 7
  56 Quandre Diggs SEA 9
  57 Terrance Mitchell HOU 10
  58 Marcus Maye NYJ 6
  59 Micah Hyde BUF 7
  60 Marshon Lattimore NO 6
  61 Chidobe Awuzie CIN 10
  62 Shaquill Griffin JAC 7
  63 Terrell Edmunds PIT 7
  64 Jordan Whitehead TB 9
  65 Levi Wallace BUF 7
  66 Denzel Ward CLE 13
  67 Chris Harris LAC 7
  68 Joe Haden PIT 7
  69 Jeff Okudah DET 9
  70 Johnathan Abram LV 8
  71 Jaycee Horn CAR 13
  72 Xavier Woods MIN 7
  73 Bradley Roby HOU 10
  74 Kendall Fuller WAS 9
  75 Adoree Jackson NYG 10
  76 Ronnie Harrison CLE 13
  77 Charvarius Ward KC 12
  78 Rock Ya-Sin IND 14
  79 DeShon Elliott BAL 8
  80 Trae Waynes CIN 10
Tier 5
  81 Lamarcus Joyner NYJ 6
  82 Desmond Trufant CHI 10
  83 Josh Jones JAC 7
  84 Cameron Dantzler MIN 7
  85 Marcus Williams NO 6
  86 Darius Slay PHI 14
  87 Jimmie Ward SF 6
  88 Sean Bunting TB 9
  89 Nasir Adderley LAC 7
  90 Jalen Ramsey LAR 11
  91 Patrick Peterson MIN 7
  92 Chauncey Gardner-Johnson NO 6
  93 Tre Flowers SEA 9
  94 Donte Jackson CAR 13
  95 Tashaun Gipson CHI 10
  96 Patrick Surtain II DEN 11
  97 Devin McCourty NE 14
  98 Blessuan Austin NYJ 6
  99 Stephon Gilmore NE 14
  100 Jason McCourty MIA 14
  101 Xavier Rhodes IND 14
  102 J.C. Jackson NE 14
  103 Greg Newsome II CLE 13
  104 Darious Williams LAR 11
  105 Trayvon Mullen LV 8
  106 Byron Murphy ARI 12
  107 Kristian Fulton TEN 13
  108 Jaylon Johnson CHI 10
  109 Anthony Harris PHI 14
  110 Casey Hayward LV 8
  111 Karl Joseph LV 8
  112 Ronald Darby DEN 11
  113 Duron Harmon ATL 6
  114 Troy Hill CLE 13
  115 Emmanuel Moseley SF 6
  116 Eric Murray HOU 10
  117 Jalen Thompson ARI 12
  118 Kendall Sheffield ATL 6
  119 Quinton Dunbar DET 9
  120 Juston Burris CAR 13
 
COMMENTS
  Budda Baker, ARI: Baker has a shot to reach 100 solos in 2021. That's not easy for a DB.

  Jamal Adams, SEA: If he can play a full season, he's worth drafting s one of the first IDPs taken.

  Derwin James, LAC: The injuries keep destroying his upside, but it's there.

  Jessie Bates III, CIN: Bates has been getting it done in Cincy and is the best IDP option on the team.

  Jordan Poyer, BUF: Poyer's numbers remain impressive, even with the team's defense improving as a unit each year.

  Logan Ryan, NYG: Ryan just fills up the stat sheet every week, and he seems to like NY.

  Harrison Smith, MIN: He's getting up there in age, but is still worth a look.

  Landon Collins, WAS: I'm worried he might not be 100 percent recovering from a torn Achilles, but it's not a bad gamble.

  Richie Grant, ATL: The rookie is the top DB in the 2021 draft and could be an instant game changer on an Atlanta defense that desperately needs one.

  Kevin Byard, TEN: I love taking him right before everybody else remembers they could use him.

  Jeremy Chinn, CAR: Had an amazing rookie season filled with highlights, but could regress statistically.

  Vonn Bell, CIN: He's the second best IDP option in Cincy.

  Justin Simmons, DEN: Simmons has struggled to stay healthy but 2021 could be his year.

  Malcolm Jenkins, NO: Another solid veteran who gets burnt occasionally but posts great tackle numbers.

  Trevon Diggs, DAL: A good tackler for a young DB, Diggs could be the best one they have in the secondary.

  Kareem Jackson, DEN: A veteran who is a consistent IDP performer and gets overlooked.

  Khari Willis, IND: Solid young player without too many flaws.

  John Johnson, CLE: A new team could mean reduced tackle numbers, as the scorers are different in every stadium.

  Trevon Moehrig, LV: Could be a big splash right off the bat in the NFL.

  Keanu Neal, DAL: He'll play some LB and should post excellent tackle numbers and some decent junk points.

  Antoine Winfield Jr., TB: Second-generation NFL star off to a great start to his career.

  Marlon Humphrey, BAL: He did a lot of the heavy lilting in 2020, but is a bit of a risk with more players healthy.

  Kenny Moore, IND: I really like Young's upside, but he's a bit inconsistent.

  Minkah Fitzpatrick, PIT: One of the best DBs, they still throw at him a lot and he makes plays almost every time.

  Darnell Savage, GB: A solid DB in a great spot for another big statistical season.